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  • Hospitality Guild - Free CV Templates
    Training solutions Resources Employment Opportunities Looking for a new role Looking to progress Looking for talent What s Happening Campaigns Register Individual Employer Training Provider What s Happening Contact Us About the Guild Resource Library A Career in Hospitality Training and Development Employment Opportunities What s Happening Register Career opportunities Career options The industry Career stories Career tools Career Map Personality Test CV master class Working in the industry Employers Vacancies Professional bodies Recognising best practice Accreditation Centres of Excellence Quality Mark Training solutions Training Providers Apprenticeships Resources Industry research Small business resources Provider resources Looking for a new role Employer guide Hospitality job search Talent Search Looking to progress Apprenticeships Development initiatives Joining a professional body Looking to recruit Showcase your organisation Advertise vacancies Search talent Campaigns Asian and Oriental Centres of Excellence Pub Bar Careers Food and Beverage Service Individual Register Employer Register Training Provider Register A Career in Hospitality Career tools CV master class What is a CV CV Templates Career Map Personality Test CV master class What is a CV How to write a personal profile Employment history Achievements and skills CV presentation CV Templates How to write a cover letter HR expert shares top ten

    Original URL path: http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/A-Career-in-Hospitality/Career-tools/CV-master-class/What-is-a-CV/CV-Templates (2016-02-14)
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  • Hospitality Guild - How to Write a CV - The Cover Letter
    master class What is a CV How to write a personal profile Employment history Achievements and skills CV presentation CV Templates How to write a cover letter HR expert shares top ten interview tips Interview preparation What is a cover letter referral program A cover letter is a personal statement that accompanies a CV Many employers will read a cover letter before looking at a CV so your efforts should be evenly spread between the two A cover letter allows you to tell the employer more about yourself detail your suitability for the role and availability What should the cover letter include 1 A greeting At the beginning of a cover letter you should always greet the reader with Dear insert name If you don t know who the person is you should begin with Dear Sir or Madam but try your best to do some research and find the name of the relevant person With networking sites like LinkedIn and search engines it s often easier than you think 2 Introduce yourself and state the position you are applying for Introduce yourself in the first paragraph and state the position you are applying for Make sure you include the full job title and reference number if it s needed as some employers will be interviewing for a number of positions 3 Tell them how you fit the bill This paragraph is the main body of your cover letter where you ll summarise your suitability for the role Here you will outline your strengths key skills and work experience showcased on your CV It will be useful to read the personal specification and job description to make sure you re demonstrating skills the employer wants Use this paragraph to elaborate about any outstanding achievements you ve mentioned on your CV

    Original URL path: http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/A-Career-in-Hospitality/Career-tools/CV-master-class/Cover-letter (2016-02-14)
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  • Hospitality Guild - How to Write a CV - The Cover Letter
    the job Plan your route It s an obvious one but if you are going to travel by car plan your route in advance and find out where you can park If necessary ask for directions bus or train routes or details of parking Dress Code It might be an idea to make contact with your prospective employer or agency to understand what the dress code is when being interviewed Some organisations enjoy a more relaxed dress code some may not If in doubt best advice is to dress smartly Company background Find out as much as possible about the company If you have not received an information pack visit their company website on the Internet It is good idea to jot down a few notes to take along to the interview Suggested check list before you set off for your interview Remember to take your CV The letter e mail confirmation inviting you to attend the interview Any company information you have gathered including any notes you have made on the company Examples of your work e g reports 360 feedback personal development certificates achievement awards Questions you would like to ask Be prepared Read your application CV thinking through your own career and the questions they might ask you You should try and anticipate the general questions which they will ask Many companies now interview in a more structured way not only will they be asking you about your knowledge skills and experience be prepared to talk through some and give examples of where you have displayed certain behaviours e g communication team work motivation etc And remember it s a two way street what would you like to know prepare some questions to ask them Get off to a good start and be aware of your body

    Original URL path: http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/A-Career-in-Hospitality/Career-tools/CV-master-class/Cover-letter/Top-ten-interview-tips (2016-02-14)
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  • Hospitality Guild - Interview Preparation
    racking but the more you prepare the more you ll feel at ease Here are 5 ways you must prepare for your interview if you want to succeed Research the company This seems like pretty basic advice but it s the first thing you should do to prepare You must know company name how it s pronounced and what it does If you really want to shine during the interview you should go the extra mile and find out the aims of the company any problems they may be facing and read recent press releases Most employers are interested in what you know about the company so this information always comes in handy If you make an effort to research unusual aspects of the company they ll think you re a dedicated and interesting candidate Know the job description Before you go to an interview know the advertised job description inside out This includes the duties responsibilities and key competences This will help you prepare for any questions regarding the role The employer will want to know if you are capable of performing the key duties so you should know exactly what they consist of Prepare to speak about your achievements especially those that demonstrate your ability to perform the role well the job description will help you choose the relevant ones Research your CV During an interview your CV is your lifeline so make sure you know it You re at an interview because the employer thought your experience and skills were suited for the role so now is your chance to expand on the points mentioned on your CV An employer will often ask you about a particular job role or an achievement They may want to know what you enjoyed in your past role or how you succeeded in a particular task so be prepared to talk about your CV in length Don t forget to remember your working dates or any stats you ve mentioned you may be asked about these too Get to know your interviewer Getting to know your interviewer can do wonders for your interview and social networking websites such as LinkedIn are a great way to research their working life Company websites are also a good place to look as some employers include personal profiles of their employees It can help you build a bond during the interview and reveal what skills they value So what exactly should you look out for and what s appropriate Researching an interviewer can act as a conversation starter but make sure it s always work related Perhaps they are a member of the same professional association have worked for a company you admire or maybe you share a contact these are potential things you can speak about if the chance arises It can also help you decide how to focus your interview answers by researching the interviewer it could give you an insight into their goals or what they value Memorise interview questions and answers

    Original URL path: http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/A-Career-in-Hospitality/Career-tools/CV-master-class/Interview-preparation (2016-02-14)
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  • Hospitality Guild - Hospitality Accreditation & Recognition
    Career opportunities Career options The industry Career stories Career tools Career Map Personality Test CV master class Working in the industry Employers Vacancies Professional bodies Recognising best practice Accreditation Centres of Excellence Quality Mark Training solutions Training Providers Apprenticeships Resources Industry research Small business resources Provider resources Looking for a new role Employer guide Hospitality job search Talent Search Looking to progress Apprenticeships Development initiatives Joining a professional body Looking

    Original URL path: http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/Training-Development/Best-practice/Quality-mark-%281%29 (2016-02-14)
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  • Hospitality Guild - Resources for Training Providers
    job search Talent Search Looking to progress Apprenticeships Development initiatives Joining a professional body Looking to recruit Showcase your organisation Advertise vacancies Search talent Campaigns Asian and Oriental Centres of Excellence Pub Bar Careers Food and Beverage Service Individual Register Employer Register Training Provider Register Training and Development Resources Provider resources Industry research Small business resources Provider resources Provider 1st updates Career map download How our partners can help ThinkTourism NI Training video library Training provider resources Tools to support your learners There are a number of tools on the Hospitality Guild portal to support your learners and develop careers in the hospitality industry Here s what we can offer Career map to show your learners the progression opportunities in hospitality and tourism You can also download the career map and use it as a poster Personality test a fun and engaging tool that helps your learners consider job roles that they might not have thought of before This is the perfect tool to introduce learners to the variety of roles in the industry CV and interview advice to help your learners develop their CV and cover letters plus prepare for an interview Once your learners register they can build an online profile and record their academic achievements and working history Finding employment our Good Employer Guide shows 100s of employers in the industry that your learners can consider when they start looking for a career When they start their job search they can use the vacancy search to find part time full time and apprenticeship roles If they want recruiting employers to contact them they can use talent search which showcases their CV to our Good Employers Links to professional bodies our partners are made up of leading employers and professional bodies dedicated to improving skills in hospitality Throughout

    Original URL path: http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/Training-Development/Resources-%281%29/Provider-resources (2016-02-14)
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  • Hospitality Guild - Hospitality Industry News
    s partner organisation People 1st Annette Allmark head of professional standards at People 1st said that the Quality Mark has been established after research highlighted the need for an external endorsement of training programmes that offered staff members excellent training and development opportunities We ve been working to raise professional standards in the industry for a number of years and while we know of a number of employers who really do offer their team members fantastic training and career development opportunities there was really nothing that recognised this officially Our research showed that there was a desire for something like this so we set about developing a new kitemark Businesses can have either individual training courses or entire training programmes endorsed and it has proven extremely popular with two employer programmes already Quality Marked Multinational hospitality business Beds and Bars and leading UK wide pub group Spirit Pub Company have both had their staff training and development programmes receiving the Quality Mark Donna Hewitson group HR and training manager at Beds and Bars said We were keen to get a Quality Mark for our Footsteps Training Programme for many reasons We use Footsteps to ensure team members have a clear idea of where a career with Beds and Bars can take them and how they re going to get there The Footsteps Training Programme starts with entry level positions and develops employees all the way up to a general manager level It provides the end to end career guidance that s so important in attracting and retaining the right staff for our business Of course it s not just about our organisation We want to play a part in raising the standards of professionalism within the industry and we believe the Quality Mark can help do that It s a

    Original URL path: http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/Whats-Happening/News-releases/Hospitality-Guild-launches-Quality-Mark (2016-02-14)
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  • Hospitality Guild - Hospitality Accreditation Application Process
    a professional body Looking to recruit Showcase your organisation Advertise vacancies Search talent Campaigns Asian and Oriental Centres of Excellence Pub Bar Careers Food and Beverage Service Individual Register Employer Register Training Provider Register Training and Development Recognising best practice Accreditation Application process Accreditation Find an accredited provider Benefits pricing Application process Accreditation criteria AA College Rosette Centres of Excellence Quality Mark Quality Mark criteria Quality Marked programmes Benefits pricing Application process Application process Stage one Online application The first step for providers to achieve accreditation is to complete an online application It is important that we find out how providers meet the nine quality measures that are outlined at the beginning of each section You will need to answer a series of questions and upload evidence to support your application where prompted The video below will give you some guidance on completing the application Stage two Review of application Your online application will be reviewed along with the supporting evidence you provide to establish whether the minimum criteria has been met for the level of accreditation you have applied for Where necessary we may request further evidence or clarification where there appear to be gaps or areas of uncertainty Where submitted evidence does not demonstrate achievement of the proposed level you will be contacted by People 1st Stage three Verification visit Following your submission an assessment visit to your organisation will be arranged The purpose of the visit is to verify and amplify the information provided online We want to minimise any disruption to your normal business but to support your submission as a minimum the visit will involve a group discussion with a sample of members of staff b discussion with a sample of learners c discussion with a sample of your industry partners or employers d observing

    Original URL path: http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/Training-Development/Best-practice/Accreditation/How-to-become-accredited (2016-02-14)
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